Whether you have a broken thermostat or you want a shiny new one, we're here to help.  

If something is broken, we'll help you fix it...  

Just don't expect a high pressure sales pitch thrown in.  



Let's look at everything we can do to help with your bottom line.  

Whether that's off-site monitoring services or commercial automation, we can help!



Make your home or business a Wellness Sanctuary from the incessant attacks on your health as you go about your busy day.  

As us about our toolbox full of IAQ products!



Elite Heating & Cooling has a strong basis in the New Construction market.  We pride ourselves in providing unparalleled Comfort when making the largest purchase of your life.  

Invest in your comfort; you won't regret it.  



We have specially designed preventative maintenance plans that will make sure your Comfort Equipment is at tip-top shape.  

Much like your vehicle needs a tune-up, let us get under the hood and keep it running better, longer.  



Gas Piping.  


Sheet metal fabrication.  

Home Automation.  

You name it, we can do it.   

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Frequently Asked Questions


How often should I change my filter?

If you have a standard 1" filter, it will likely need to be changed in 1 to 3 months.  

4" Media Filters can last up to 6 months.  The longevity depends on numbers of occupants/pets and how often the HVAC System runs.  

Should I cover my Air Conditioner in the Winter?

This is one of the most common questions.  The Air Conditioner itself are designed to be in the elements but if you may inadvertently provide shelter for a nuisance animal looking to stay warm.  

It is generally personal preference.  

Who can I call for HVAC Service?

There are some who falsely advertise that if your equipment is serviced by a Contractor other than themselves, then your warranty is void.  

This is Completely Untrue, Dishonest, and an outright Lie.  

The warranty is owned by the purchaser of the equipment - i.e. The Customer!

Where is my Filter?

The Filter will always be in the "Cold Air" Return side of the ductwork System.  The majority of the time it will be close to the Furnace, a.k.a. "Heater", but this is not always the case.  

What Is A Heat Pump?

A Heat Pump is basically an Air Conditioner that can work in two directions - forward and backwards, if you will - by drawing Heat from outside and bringing it inside the home or business as a Heating Source as well as the standard Air Conditioning Source.  

This can be a great way to avoid high gas heating costs and/or convert to a single utility bill.  

How Do They Work?

Air Conditioners and Furnaces use the Laws of Thermodynamics to provide comfort.  

A furnace heats a transfer medium (water or air) and that is delivered to where the heat is needed through metal ducting or boiler piping.  

Air Conditioners work in a different manner by using a second transfer medium (refrigerant) to remove the heat and redirect it to a more desirable location (away from us!) thus producing the cool, comfortable areas we've grown to love on a sultry day.